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Feds: Basketball coach bribed by indicted Florida man

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Federal authorities say a Florida businessman already charged with orchestrating a massive Medicare fraud scheme is being charged with bribing a basketball coach in order to help get a student admitted. More>>

Baylor calls claims by former AD in court docs 'baseless'

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Baylor says its former athletic director made "factually baseless assertions" in a court deposition when he claimed regents tried to steer blame for the school's sexual assault scandal to the football team. More>>

Murphy: Sky Blue soccer woes 'unacceptable,' will be fixed

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New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy says reports of bleak living and working conditions for members of the women's' soccer team he co-owns are "unacceptable" and will be fixed. Bed Bath & Beyond is cq without commas. More>>

It's college football's season of hope _ unless you're Vandy

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It's the season of hope in college football _ unless you're at Vanderbilt. More>>

Clemson reworks Venables contract to $2M for 5 years

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Clemson holds onto defensive coordinator Brent Venables, rework contract for the second time in five months to $2M for 5 years. More>>

The Latest: Fashion takes center stage at SEC Media Days

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The final session of SEC Media Days turned into a bit of a fashion show. More>>

UNC: School reports secondary NCAA violations in football

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North Carolina has reported secondary violations to the NCAA within the football program involving multiple players. More>>

SEC coaches don't want transfer rules to lead to free agency

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Some SEC coaches worry league's more lenient transfer rules are step closer to free agency for players. More>>

The Latest: Miami's Richt making sure Canes have fullback

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North Carolina receiver Anthony Ratliff-Williams is hoping to keep catching opponents off balance with trick plays. More>>

Nick Saban is still the star of the show at SEC Media Days

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Alabama's Nick Saban is approaching his 67th birthday, but he remains the king of the Southeastern Conference. More>>

UNC's Fedora causes stir with CTE comment at ACC media days

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North Carolina coach Larry Fedora says that he doesn't believe it's been proven that football causes CTE and offered a passionate defense of a sport he believes is "under attack.". More>>

Rep. Jim Jordan interviewed in doctor sex abuse inquiry

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Rep. Jim Jordan, a former wrestling coach, has spoken with the law firm investigating allegations that Ohio State team doctor sexually abused male athletes. More>>

ACC's Swofford expects national rule on reporting injuries

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Atlantic Coast Conference Commissioner John Swofford anticipates new national rule requiring colleges to list all inactive or ineligible college players on game day. More>>

The Latest: Odom beaten to fashion punch at SEC Media Days

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Bill Hancock says university presidents, college commissioners aren't talking about expanding College Football Playoff. More>>

Big 12 Preview: Post Mayfield, can Oklahoma be derailed?

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Oklahoma is the favorite again in the Big 12 even with Heisman Trophy winner Baker Mayfield now in the NFL. More>>

Georgia reloads for another championship run under Smart

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Smart says 2017 SEC championship built confidence for Georgia to make another title run in 2018. More>>

Texas goes from compliant to committed, winning with Herman

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Texas coach Tom Herman says the Longhorns players have gone from being compliant to committed. More>>

The Latest: Oklahoma State RB offsets questions elsewhere

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West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen didn't hesitate giving his blessing to a Heisman Trophy campaign for quarterback Will Grier. More>>

Sankey: New gambling laws could result in SEC injury reports

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Southeastern Conference Commissioner Greg Sankey says the Supreme Court ruling on gambling could cause the league to require schools to release reports that list the status of injured or ineligible players. More>>

Fisher's new challenge: Make Aggies tough, SEC champions

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Jimbo Fisher working to add toughness to new Texas A&M team as he looks to build championship team in demanding SEC West. More>>

New AD taking charge at Michigan St: 'We must do better'

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Michigan State has officially introduced Bill Beekman as its new athletic director, giving him the job he's held on an interim basis since early February. More>>

Houston, Phoenix among future Final Four sites

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The Final Four is headed back to Houston, Phoenix, San Antonio and Indianapolis. More>>

Bowlsby has reasons to feel bullish about Big 12 Conference

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Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby has plenty of reasons to feel bullish about his league these days. More>>

Baylor settles lawsuit with woman who said players raped her

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Baylor University has settled a federal Title IX lawsuit brought by a former volleyball player who alleged that she was drugged and gang raped by at least four football players in 2012. More>>

The Latest: Schnatter: Comment out of context, but was wrong

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The University of Louisville is removing the Papa John's name from its football stadium. More>>

Television academy: thumbs down on the latest reboots

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Between 'Roseanne,' 'Will & Grace' and 'Twin Peaks,' the television academy largely snubbed rebooted series -- even ones that had gotten positive reviews. More>>

New league not trying to replace college football

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Phil Savage, the former NFL executive who has been a radio analyst for Alabama football for nine years, says the fledging Alliance of American Football league will fill a void is not trying to be an alternative to college football. More>>

Kansas intent on changing football culture under Long

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Jeff Long didn't waste time making clear his focus as Kansas' new athletic director. More>>

Ex-Louisville players sue NCAA over vacated national title

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Former Louisville players sue the NCAA over vacated 2013 national title. More>>

Release of 5th 'Indiana Jones' movie pushed to 2021

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Indiana Jones won't be swinging back into movie theaters until at least 2021, the Walt Disney Co. announced Tuesday. More>>

Atlanta's Young finally gets shot going in summer league win

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Atlanta's Young finally gets shot going in summer league win. More>>

Migration, outreach mean diversity is soccer's new normal

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The four teams left in the World Cup are all European, yet their roots reach across borders and seas. More>>

Capital Gazette writer McNamara 'always fair in his writing'

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A memorial service will be held for Capital Gazette sports reporter John McNamara, one of five newspaper employees shot and killed during an attack at its Annapolis office. More>>

Sarkisian loses $30M lawsuit against USC over firing

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USC has won a $30 million lawsuit filed by former head football coach Steve Sarkisian, who claimed he was wrongfully fired instead of being allowed to seek treatment for alcoholism. More>>

California fire kills 1 as heat stokes blazes in Western US

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A fire official says a person has died in a fast-moving blaze near the California-Oregon border. More>>

Haiti unrest strands a number of US volunteer groups

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Church groups and volunteers from several U.S. states are stranded in Haiti after violent protests over fuel prices have led to canceled flights. More>>

Royals sign 16-year-old Japanese pitcher for $322,500

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Kaito Yuki is headed to the Kansas City Royals organization instead of attending high school in Japan. More>>

California, long a holdout, adopts mass immigration hearings

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After years of holding out, California introduces group trials for people charged with entering US illegally. More>>

How the trade war is changing minds in a Senate battleground

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President Donald Trump's trade policies are threatening the Tennessee economy and roiling some pivotal Senate races in GOP-leaning states where candidates have backed him on almost every other major issue. More>>

Family of Ohio State doctor says it's cooperating in probe

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The family of a former Ohio State University team doctor accused by athletes of sexual misconduct says it is "shocked and saddened" by the allegations and is cooperating with the school's independent investigation. More>>

Wildfires rage through California amid heat rage

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Wildfires that have destroyed dozens of buildings and caused at least one death continue to ravage California as a heat wave sweeps the southern part of the state. More>>

Reynolds has 2 HRs, 10 RBIs, Nationals rout Marlins 18-4

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Mark Reynolds hit two home runs and drove in a career-high ten runs, Max Scherzer earned his first win since June 5, and the Washington Nationals defeated the Miami Marlins 18-4 on Saturday night. More>>

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  • Hawaii town hopes lava tourism will bring economic relief

    Hawaii town hopes lava tourism will bring economic relief

    Thursday, July 19 2018 1:20 AM EDT2018-07-19 05:20:37 GMT
    Sunday, July 22 2018 4:25 PM EDT2018-07-22 20:25:14 GMT
    (AP Photo/Audrey McAvoy, File). FILE - This Sept. 8, 2014 file photo shows downtown Pahoa, Hawaii. The small, rural town of Pahoa is the gateway to the eruption pouring rivers of lava out of Hawaii's Kilauea volcano. Historic wooden buildings lining it...(AP Photo/Audrey McAvoy, File). FILE - This Sept. 8, 2014 file photo shows downtown Pahoa, Hawaii. The small, rural town of Pahoa is the gateway to the eruption pouring rivers of lava out of Hawaii's Kilauea volcano. Historic wooden buildings lining it...
    Authorities in Hawaii want to set up a site where the public can view lava erupting from Kilauea volcano.More >>
    Authorities in Hawaii want to set up a site where the public can view lava erupting from Kilauea volcano.More >>
  • Gala opens countdown to 50th anniversary of 1st moon landing

    Gala opens countdown to 50th anniversary of 1st moon landing

    Saturday, July 21 2018 8:03 PM EDT2018-07-22 00:03:38 GMT
    Sunday, July 22 2018 4:24 PM EDT2018-07-22 20:24:47 GMT
    (AP Photo/Alex Sanz, File). FILE - In this July 15, 2017, file photo, Christina Korp, Buzz Aldrin's business manager, speaks at the commemoration for the upcoming anniversary of the 1969 mission to the moon and a gala for the non-profit space education...(AP Photo/Alex Sanz, File). FILE - In this July 15, 2017, file photo, Christina Korp, Buzz Aldrin's business manager, speaks at the commemoration for the upcoming anniversary of the 1969 mission to the moon and a gala for the non-profit space education...
    Apollo 11 moonwalker Buzz Aldrin is expected to be noticeably absent from a gala kicking off a yearlong celebration of the 50-year anniversary of the first moon-landing, even though his foundation is a sponsor and...More >>
    Apollo 11 moonwalker Buzz Aldrin is expected to be noticeably absent from a gala kicking off a yearlong celebration of the 50-year anniversary of the first moon-landing, even though his foundation is a sponsor and he typically is the star attraction.More >>
  • Inspector warned duck boat company of design flaws last year

    Inspector warned duck boat company of design flaws last year

    Saturday, July 21 2018 6:13 PM EDT2018-07-21 22:13:02 GMT
    Sunday, July 22 2018 4:15 PM EDT2018-07-22 20:15:05 GMT
    (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel). A man looks at an idled duck boat in the parking lot of Ride the Ducks Saturday, July 21, 2018 in Branson, Mo. One of the company's duck boats capsized Thursday night resulting in several deaths on Table Rock Lake.(AP Photo/Charlie Riedel). A man looks at an idled duck boat in the parking lot of Ride the Ducks Saturday, July 21, 2018 in Branson, Mo. One of the company's duck boats capsized Thursday night resulting in several deaths on Table Rock Lake.
    A private inspector says he warned the company operating duck boats in Missouri about serious design flaws, less than a year before the accident that killed 17 people.More >>
    A private inspector says he warned the company operating duck boats in Missouri about serious design flaws, less than a year before the accident that killed 17 people.More >>
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